Slim and Compact Design
The highly practical SonoVet R5 incorporates a wide range of ergonomic features into a simple and compact package. Weighing in at a total of just 52kg, with four swivel wheels and front and back handles for easy mobility, it offers portability and convenience without sacrificing performance. The simple user interface, height-adjustable control panel and backlit keyboard combine to create a tool which enables practitioners to increase efficiency and patient throughput. By utilising outstanding 3D color technology, its 15-inch LCD monitor displays clear, easily-viewable images up to 640 x 450 pixels to aid increased diagnostic accuracy.
Full Spectrum Imaging™ (FSI™)
Regardless of the TX setting, the FSI™ uses the entire radio frequency range and a customised probe to produce more comprehensive and reliable images. Broadening the range enables increased penetration and contrast resolution, ensuring better results for operators by reducing speckle and improving signal-to-noise ratio (SNR). This technology can also be applied to harmonic imaging to provide clinics with a more flexible range of diagnostic tools.
The Latest In Harmonic Imaging
Harmonic Imaging is a common feature of ultrasound technology, but our innovations have taken its potential one step further. The basic theory of this technique is that it records higher frequency information, resulting in greater resolution and fewer artefacts than ever before.
Speckle Reduction Filter™ (SRF™)
Speckle noise is a granular noise that increases the mean grey level of a local area. Reduction of this is vital for accurate image interpretation. Speckle Reduction Filter™ (SRF™) improves image quality by minimising or eliminating the unnecessary echoes from ultrasound images. Flexibility is enhanced by the ability of the user to select the degree to which the decrease is implemented, enabling greater control of the process.
The physical radio channel may present some limits to imaging which can be overcome by using Synthetic Aperture Control software. This method uses information from diverse sources to form a more complete picture of the area under examination. It creates one single scan line by performing the TX and RX twice to create enhanced penetration and resolution. Synthetic Aperture Control technology complements conventional imaging to deliver a comprehensive picture and to aid accurate diagnosis.
QuickScan™ has been designed to maximise workflow efficiency by automatically optimising key imaging parameters at the touch of a button. The resulting increase in efficiency allows your organisation to offer patients an improved service with faster and more accurate diagnoses. This reliable and safe system helps your clinic or hospital to deliver a superior patient experience.
Streamlined Workflow through Shortcut Keys and Measurement Unit
The SonoVet R5 includes a number of keyboard and menu functions to accelerate and simplify operations. The Shortcut Key enables commonly-used obstetrics measurement items to be assigned, while the Autotext Setup function allows fast and easy data input. Several additional details have been carefully considered to contribute to streamlined workflow and increased productivity. These include the ability to display thumbnails of saved images on a side panel, a hibernation option to decrease booting speed, and a Body Marker function to aid rapid reference.
Body Marker Function For Veterinary Practices
Veterinary professionals can place a Body Marker over an image to indicate the specific part of the animal that is being examined. This function can be useful when the diagnosis area is either differentiated or displayed, and add value to the overall accuracy of the scan being produced. Body Markers can be selected and controlled via an easily accessible series of settings, giving users greater flexibility.